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Goodman Dermatology Clinical Fellowship


Goodman Dermatology residency, in association with Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is accepting applications for two clinical dermatology fellows. This is a highly sought-after opportunity designed for motivated individuals passionate about advancing their dermatologic knowledge through patient care, centered around a private practice. This fellowship is a one-to-two-year commitment, offering comprehensive experience in clinical, procedural and surgical dermatology. Fellows work closely with residents and faculty members.

To date, all (x number) of fellows have successfully matriculated into a dermatology residency!

Key Responsibilities:

    • Clinical Exposure: Gain hands-on experience in diagnosing and managing a wide array of dermatologic conditions, including but not limited to skin cancers, inflammatory skin diseases, pediatric dermatology, dermatologic surgery, and cosmetic dermatology.
    • Patient Care: Engage in patient care activities, including outpatient clinics, inpatient consultations, and procedural experiences, under the guidance of experienced dermatologists.
    • Education and Research: Participate in educational sessions, grand rounds, and journal clubs to broaden knowledge and critical thinking. Opportunities for involvement in research projects and scholarly activities are available and encouraged.


    • Medical Degree (MD or DO) and completion of PGY-1 year: Applicants must possess a medical or doctoral degree in medicine. Prior completion of a PGY-1 year (at minimum) is a prerequisite for entry into the fellowship.
    • Demonstrated Interest in Dermatology: A keen interest in dermatology, evident through prior academic achievements, publications, or clinical experience in dermatology.
    • Excellent Communication: Strong written and verbal communication skills to effectively collaborate with peers and engage in scientific discourse.

Duration and Benefits:

    • Duration: The fellowship typically spans one-to-two-years, providing a comprehensive dermatology experience.
    • Stipend and Benefits: Fellows are FULLY FUNDED. Fellows will receive a competitive stipend and access to resources such as faculty mentorship, research opportunities, and professional development opportunities.

Application Process: Interested candidates should submit a comprehensive application including a CV, personal statement, medical school transcripts, USMLE/COMLEX board scores and three letters of recommendation. Select applicants will be invited for in-person interviews. 

Deadline: Rolling Admissions

Location: Greater Atlanta, GA

Contact Information: For inquiries and submission of applications, please contact our program coordinator Sandy Ingram at

Medical Education Team

Goodman Dermatology Providers Dr. Christopher Buckley, DO, FAAD, FACMS Fellowship Program Director READ BIO
Goodman Dermatology Providers Dr. Josh Hammel, MD, FAAD, FACMS Fellowship Assistant Program Director READ BIO
Goodman Dermatology Providers Dr. Marcus B. Goodman DO, FAAD, FAOCD CEO/Founder of Goodman Dermatology, P.C. Est. 2010 READ BIO
Goodman Dermatology Providers Sandy Ingram Residency & Fellowship Coordinator Goodman Dermatology Phone: (470) 622-7789



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